GYMNOTUS CARAPO PDF

Gymnotus carapo Linnaeus, Taxonomic (Download Help) Gymnotus carapo TSN Notes: Reference for: Gymnotus carapo, banded knifefish . The banded knife fish Gymnotus carapo is among the most widely distributed, broadly adapted (eurytopic), and phenotypically variable fish species in South. Download scientific diagram | Geographic variation in Gymnotus carapo. from publication: Seven new species of the Neotropical electric fish Gymnotus (Teleo- .

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Banded knifefish

Can survive when ditches, canals and small ponds dry out. The male takes care of the young by mouth broodingand making and watching over a “nest”, a depression in the bottom where the female lays the eggs. Dried foods are not usually accepted. Summary page Point data Common names Photos. There are also some morphometric variations depending on location.

Native range All suitable habitat.

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Freshwater; benthopelagic; pH range: Central and South America: User Username Password Remember me. Sign our Guest Book. Ctenobrycon and Curimata and ggmnotus matter Ref.

This species, as with all Gymnotiformes, is an electric fish that has the capability to generate weak electric charges, and then measure the disturbance in the field of electricity created. The banded knifefish Gymnotus carapo is a species of gymniform knifefish native to a wide range of freshwater habitats in South America.

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Gumnotus fish will be eaten, but it can be combined with other similarly-sized species in a big enough tank. A very widespread species in both Central and South America. The male sits on a depression with its anal fin expanded horizontally guarding a cluster of larvae. Relationship between EOD pattern and agonistic behavior in this species has been demonstrated Refs. The strength and details of this pattern varies, both individually and depending on region.

Article Tools Print this article. However, it is not known from deep river channels. It also has a modified swimbladder that acts as an accessory breathing organ. How to cite item.

Gymnotidae Weakly electric fish Fish described in gymnotsu Views Read Edit View history. Tends to inhabit sluggish or still waters and seems to prefer turbid environments. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Possible tankmates include large, robust cichlids such as Cichla or Geophagus sp. This page was last edited on 13 Julyat Add your observation in Fish Watcher Native range All suitable habitat This map was computer-generated and has not yet been reviewed.

Feed live and frozen foods such as bloodwormprawns, earthworms, tubifex etc. Medium, minimum population doubling time 1. Retrieved from carqpo https: Sounds Ciguatera Speed Swim. Main reference Upload your carao References Coordinator: Mouth brooding by males is observed in this species Ref. This map was computer-generated and has not yet been reviewed. Here we assess the structure of phenotypic variation in G. Abstract The banded knife fish Gymnotus carapo is among the most widely distributed, broadly adapted eurytopicand phenotypically variable fish species in South America, with a geographic range of about 14 million km 2from the Llanos of Venezuela to the Pampas of northern Argentina.

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Cwrapo illustrations uppermost showing shape well, lower typical colors. Banded knifefish Old illustrations uppermost showing shape well, lower typical colors Scientific classification Kingdom: You must be logged in to post a comment.

A review found that these were insufficient for recognizing the populations as separate species, but did recommend recognizing them as subspecies: Email the author Login required. Habitat Tends to inhabit sluggish or still waters and seems to prefer turbid environments. Subscription Login to verify subscription. The genus Gymnotus has undergone considerable taxonomic revision in recent years, with over 20 new species being described sinceincluding several that were originally considered to be G.